Monday, April 19, 2010

Chainlink fencing

This morning I saw this porcupine running alongside the chainlink fence looking for a space to come inside the park area. She was seen near Andhiyaari Jhhiriya camp. Our guide Kanchhedi and Premlal guide were at the spot. Last year I photographed a Tiger trying to come inside of the park from outside.

These fencing are coming up in almost all the National Parks and sanctuaries in M.P.

Picture of a tiger can be seen here. Please scroll down the page. It is last picture.

My purpose here to put this photograph is to ask your opinion on this point.

If after few years some researcher finds the ill effects of these fencing on Wildlife than Will the Government fix the responsibility of the loss on concerned people?

Your opinion on this point is very important for the future of wildlife in this country.

As Shri Lav Kumar Ji Khachchar said "If the army loose some teritory it can be taken back at some later date, but one species lost , or for that matter one mix of species disturbed and it would be impossible to recreate what is lost." So keeping this view mind please comment on pros and cons of chainlink fencing around N.P. and Sanctuaries in M.P.

Your comments will prove a valuable document at later stage.

Please comment on blog itself.

1 comment:

वन्दना अवस्थी दुबे said...

सत्येन्द्र जी, जंगली जानवरों और ग्रामीणों की सुरक्षा हेतु लगाई गई ये चेन-लिंक फ़ेंसिंग पर्याप्त नहीं है. खानापूर्ति के लिये ठीक है. सरकारी महकमा करता भी क्या है, सिवाय खानापूर्ति के. इस कमज़ोर फ़ेंस को तोड़ कर शेर कभी भी बाहर आ सकता है. ऐसे में वन विभाग की क्या ज़िम्मेदारी होगी? बहुत शानदार तस्वीरें हैं, शासन भी देख सके इन्हें तो बेहतर हो.